Special Collections is closed Thursday morning, January 17, and will be open 1-5 p.m.
Monday to Friday
10 a.m.-5 p.m.
About Smith Libraries
Smith students and faculty thrive on the exceptional library resources and services that lie at the heart of the Smith experience. Join the hundreds of alumnae and other supporters who help maintain the excellence of Smith’s libraries through philanthropy.
Gifts of books and other materials that meet the criteria of the Libraries’ collecting policy are welcome. Read more about Gifts of Materials. Note: Neilson and Young libraries are not accepting gifts until further notice while Neilson Library undergoes a major reconstruction.
Please contact Special Collections for donations of manuscript materials, rare books, and archives.
With matching gifts, it is possible to double, triple, or even quadruple your impact. Find out here if your company matches employee charitable contributions.
Library endowments provide a steady stream of income that protects the Smith Libraries in variable economic times. Library endowments provide critical funds as well as honor Smith alumnae and friends. To learn about specific library needs and how to create an endowment contact the Libraries Development Officer, Mary Irwin, email@example.com.
Planned gifts can be of enormous benefit by ensuring the future well-being of the Libraries with built-in benefits for you and your family. Smith College planned giving staff will be pleased to provide you with information about and support in making a bequest, charitable gift annuity, or charitable trust.
All gifts to the Smith College Libraries are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law.